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Navajo Nation Tours

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Navajo Nation
From national monuments to parks and historical sites, the Navajo Nation—a United States Indian Reservation—rewards visitors with one a kind scenery and history.

A variety of outdoor activities are available, from hiking to horseback riding, fishing and camping. Tours are offered to teach visitors about Navajo culture and history. There are also more than half a dozen museums.

You can easily spend more than just a day. Along with hotels, a bed and breakfast, camping and RV facilities you can also stay in a traditional eight sided one room home called a Hogan. It’s considered a sacred dwelling and furnishings are sparse. There’s no electricity, running water or flush toilet, so it’s not for everyone, but it is a one-of-a-kind authentic Navajo experience.

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Many people speak Navajo, but English is also widely spoken, so communication is easy.

You’ll want to bring a camera, but use common sense and be respectful in regards to photography. Cameras are not always welcome, so when in doubt, ask.
Address: Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona, USA, USA
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Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon Scenic Day Trip from Sedona or Flagstaff

Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon Scenic Day Trip from Sedona or Flagstaff

This scenic tour around Sedona takes you to some of the area’s most popular photo spots and natural formations. Visit scenic overlooks of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, and the Vermilion Cliffs. You’ll also explore Oak Creek Canyon and a part of Antelope Canyon known as “the corkscrew.” Take in the rugged beauty of the American southwest on the scenic tour though the Navajo Nation.
  • 11 to 12 hours
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